Simply in case you are not completed buying.Engadget’s 2019 vacation present information is right here!

After months of considering, curating, photographing and extra considering, we have provide you with a vacation present information that covers all of the bases (and budgets), from laptops and cell units, to toys, to the sensible residence, to e book and media suggestions (solely on nerdy topics, after all). All advised, there are greater than 150 gadgets in our information, spanning 13 classes, with recommendation from 25 of our writers and editors. , the individuals testing and reviewing these things all yr lengthy.

RIP Daydream.Engadget Podcast: The tech that made 2019

This week, Devindra and Cherlynn deal with the very best and worst tech of 2019. Among the many winners: Wi-fi earbuds and premium ultraportables. As for the losers effectively…. There’s so much to cowl. If something, it looks as if this yr is a stepping stone in the direction of some actual innovation in 2020.

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Room for enchancment.Boeing’s Starliner won’t attain the ISS in its first check flight

Boeing launched the Starliner capsule for its first uncrewed check flight on Friday morning. Sadly, issues did go as deliberate. Whereas the Starliner made it into orbit, it didn’t obtain the proper orbit. Nonetheless, in accordance with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, had astronauts been onboard, they’d have probably been capable of right the difficulty.

Lucid plans to get its vehicles available on the market by the top of subsequent yr.EV maker Lucid Motors would not wish to be a ‘Tesla Killer’

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The Lucid Air might be an electrical sedan with a proposed vary of 400 miles, however CEO Peter Rawlinson tells Engadget that his firm is chasing “Mercedes, Audi and BMW.” In fact, he ought to know — Rawlinson was the chief engineer for Tesla’s Mannequin S.

You see, it is simply too standard.Motorola’s foldable Razr delayed resulting from excessive demand

On Friday Motorola introduced that it is barely delaying the telephone’s pre-order and launch timing resulting from “vital client demand.” Apparently, the corporate underestimated how many individuals can be fascinated about a $1,500 telephone that mixes midrange specs with that candy foldable OLED display. The pre-orders had been resulting from begin on December 26th, and when Motorola proclaims a brand new date, we’ll let you understand what it’s.

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